February 4, 2022
UofSC alumnae, professor tapped for federal government positions
Two University of South Carolina alumnae and a professor have been tapped for federal government positions due to their professional experience and expertise.
U.S. District Court Judge Michelle Childs
Judge Childs has been nominated by President Joe Biden for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. She’s also been mentioned as a potential nominee to succeed Justice Stephen Breyer on the Supreme Court. Childs earned her master’s degree in personnel and employment relations from the Darla Moore School of Business and law degree from the UofSC School of Law.
Satterfield has been confirmed as assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The Biden Administration is her third administration to work for after roles in the Obama and Clinton Administrations. Satterfield is a UofSC journalism alumna.
Boyd is an Associate Law professor and has been appointed to the Board for International and Food and Agricultural Development.
Read the full story, written by Carol J.G. Ward, on the university website.
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